Handbook of Semiconductor Electrodeposition
Aiming to bridge the gap in understanding between professional electrochemists and hard-core semiconductor physicists and material scientists, this book examines the science and technology of semiconductor electrode-positioning. Summarizing state-of-the-art information concerning a wide variety of semiconductors, it reviews fundamental electrodeposition concepts and terminology.
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Theory of Compound Semiconductor
Transport Effects Due to Convective Diffusion
Nucleation and Growth
Electrodeposition Techniques Practical Aspects
Characterization of Electrodeposits
Important Ex Situ Techniques for Characterizing
acidic bath activity adatoms adsorbed adsorption alloy annealing anodic atoms band gap bath containing Bethune and Loud Bockris bulk Butler-Volmer equation cadmium capacitance cathodic Cd2+ CdSe CdTe chemical codeposition complex composition compound semiconductors concentration constant copper crystal CuInSe2 current density cyclic voltammetry dendritic deposition potential discharge double layer elec electrochemical electrode potential electrode surface electrodeposition electrodeposition process electrolyte electron beam elemental employed epitaxial exchange current density experimental Figure films formation free energy frequency galvanostatic growth hydrogen impedance incident indium interface ionic species ions kinetics Latimer lattice measurements melt metal modulated molten salt morphology Nernst equation nonaqueous nucleation nuclei obtained ohmic optical overpotential oxide Pandey phase plot potentiostatic probe reference electrode reported resistivity Schematic selenium semiconductor electrodeposition SeO2 shown in Fig silicon solar cells solution solvent spectroscopy steady-state step stoichiometry studies substrate technique tellurium temperature transfer coefficient transport trodeposition voltage X-ray